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8th > February > 2018 Archive

nbn 's CVC discounts worked - ISPs splashed for 38 per cent more bandwidth

Still just 1.53 Mbps per user, so let's not let that distract us from the ongoing build bungles

Laser sauce, cheat code, jam seshs: The Waymo vs Uber trial kicks off

AnalysisPrepare for some tech bro

Unlucky 13 collared by cops hunting cyber-crew who stole up to $2.2bn

Wait, this bank-card-stealing ring is called Infraud? Infraud? Not exactly subtle, people

Open NFV kit and software gets verification program

Huawei, ZTE, Wind River, Nokia first to fly 'OPNFV Verified' flag

PSA: If your security starts and ends with bug bounties, you're gonna have a bad time

AnalysisUS Senate probes Uber's hacker hush-hushing

New strife for Strava: Location privacy feature can be made transparent

Circles within circles make it easy to find the midpoint

Is that you, T-1000? No, just a lil robot that can mimic humans on sight

VideoDon't worry, it's not as terrifying as it sounds

Talk about a hot mic: Dodgy Pixel mobe audio lands Google in court

Class-action seeks compo for crappy phone components

Intel adopts Orwellian irony with call for fast Meltdown-Spectre action after slow patch delivery

For now, have some code that won't crash Skylakes and stay close to your Telescreens

Hyperscale oligarchs to rule the cloud as the big get bigger, and the small ... you won't care

Cisco's Cloud Index says we're headed for ~700 colosso-bit-barns and not much else

Apple's top-secret iBoot firmware source code spills onto GitHub for some insane reason

If you want a crash course in learning Arm code, now's your – hm, maybe not

Winter is coming for AI. Fortunately, non-sci-fi definitions are actually doing worthwhile stuff

Joe Public has gone off smart machines, but biz is mad for it

TalkTalk to splash £1.5bn laying full fibre on 3 million doorsteps

Shares drop 12% as biz slashes dividends to raise capital

Let the compute see the data... to smash storage networking bottlenecks

Part 1So laggy, no likey

Micron cranks revenue forecast up by $275m amid flash, DRAM boom

Welcomes new CFO too

Former HP workers one small step closer to throwing one giant sueball at tech goliath

Arbitration in ongoing age bias battle can be fought together, says judge

Digital version of Universal Credit still pricey, wobbly, failing to deliver – MPs

Too many staff, too few claimants, in-house ID system with 50% success rate...

Electronic Frontier Foundation chap John Perry Barlow has died

ObitCyberlibertarian and Grateful Dead lyricist passes away at 70

EU digital commish to 5G folk: Improving mobile data-rate, guys? Really?

There was supposed to be more to 'hyper-connected' standard than that

UK worker who sold customers' data to nuisance callers must cough up £1k

Thousands of personal details taken unlawfully, court finds

Elon Musk's Tesla burns $675.3m in largest ever quarterly loss

$250k went into orbit with that Roadster

From July, Chrome will name and shame insecure HTTP websites

Shame! Shame! says carrot-dangling Google

Jack in black: 12 years on, Twitter finally makes a profit from its firehose of memes and misery

139 months. How fitting for an originally 140-character blog biz

Now that's taking the p... Sewage plant 'hacked' to craft crypto-coins

UpdatedMining Monero on SCADA networks? Why can't you kids be normal and just DDoS

Tech giants' payouts go to everyone but affected citizens. US Supremes now urged to sort it out

AGs cry foul over Google's $8.5m class-action settlement

US Senate mulls giving Huawei and ZTE the Kaspersky treatment

Now both halves of Congress consider banning Chinese goliaths' tech within govt

Bruce Perens wants to anti-SLAPP Grsecurity's Brad Spengler with $670,000 in legal bills

Open Source Security balks at 'outrageous' lawyer rates

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